Zemana AntiLogger 1.9.2.799

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  1. Rules

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    Wednesday, October 19, 2011 2:21 AM

    -This version mainly addresses a compatibility issue with Windows 8 (32/64 bit)
    -Fixed a bug that caused the SSL-protection module to generate false positives
    -Fixed minor issue with updater
    -Fixed issue related to parsing some PE32+ digital certificates
    -Fixed a compatibility issue with Avast and Comodo's sandbox
    -Fixed a compatibility issue with the Cisco Network Magic software
    -Updated embedded white list
    -Other minor fixes and improvements

    NOTE: Updating to this version requires a restart
    NOTE: This version isn't shared via automatic updates yet. It is scheduled for the next week but you can get it manually from http://zemana.com/Download.aspx

    Rules.
     
  2. LODBROK

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    -Fixed a bug that caused the SSL-protection module to generate false positives.

    I was seeing those but only on Win7/64, not XP. From the log...
    Permission = 0
    Action = Blocked
    Description = Unknown
    Process Name = Unknown
    Process Path = Unknown
    Component = Unknown
    Company = Unknown
    Activity = SSL attack
    MD5 Hash = Unknown
    Date = 15/10/2011 - 12:17:48 AM


    I run it with OA++ & MBAM Pro which never peeped about any threats. Both returned zero hits on full system scans as did HMP. And no weird outbounds sniffed. So I figured it was a bug related to the .731 update. I just turned off the notification as a workaround.

    Good work Zemana on the quick fix!
     
  3. ViVek

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    Thanks for info :thumb:
     
  4. subhrobhandari

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    I was seeing the exactly same alerts for couple of days, but it appeared randomly after booting up. Seems to be fixed in this release.
     
  5. abu shofwan

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    Update alerts this morning then run updater and said no need require restart :doubt:
    Now, I have the latest in Win7.
     
  6. LODBROK

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    I didn't wait for the updater - I downloaded the update, ran it and was prompted for a restart on XP but not Win7.
     
  7. Thankful

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    Version 1.9.2.803 released
    http://zemana.com/whatsnew.aspx

     
  8. 1chaoticadult

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    Zemana AntiLogger 1.9.2.819
    Monday, November 28, 2011 9:45 AM

    New and improved notifications for the Anti-SSL module
    New and improved System Call Monitor
    Enhanced self-protection
    Minor bug fixes in the installer
    Fixed various crashes related to the anti-keylogger engine


    NOTE: Updating to this version requires a restart
    NOTE: This version isn't shared via automatic updates yet. It is scheduled for the next week but you can get it manually from here
     
  9. muf

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    Well that one just tried to toast my pc. Barely managed to get into safe mode and uninstalled for now.

    Paul
     
  10. Thankful

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    No problems installing new version. Uninstalled existing version first.
     
  11. cruelsister

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    Same thing happened to me, Paul. This is the second build in a row that kept crashing my computer, forcing uninstall in Safe Mode.
     
  12. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    Installed on top of .799, no problems at all.
    Automatic updating still doesn't seem to work, .803 was released about a month ago and would be on the automatic update 1 week later, but even when I manually do the check for updates, it said it was up to date.
     
  13. vojta

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    I wonder if there are any plans to make the Anti-SSL module work with other browsers appart from IE.
     
  14. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    I was under the impression that it supported more browsers, so I did a search and found out that in early versions, only IE was supported, but in version 1.8.2.993 released in April 2009 they expanded the protection to other browsers:
    "Now Anti-SSL protection supports all browsers tahat uses the Microsoft WININET API , Mozilla NSS API and OpenSSL API"
    Source: http://zemana.com/whatsnew.aspx
     
  15. vojta

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    I see, thanks! Then, they should update their manual, or I downloaded a very old one!
     
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    I had the same issue as well, keeps crashing my windows 7 64bit system, will not be touching this programme until things are sorted out.:thumbd:
     
  17. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    I think it's best to report problems to the customer support, as I've never seen someone from Zemana over here.

    I just downloaded the one from their official site, it has a copyright from 2009, so in great need of update :D
     
  18. subhrobhandari

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    I installed mine over the previous with no problem, it uninstalled and went smoothly.
     
  19. m0unds

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    yep, best course of action is to report stuff to them. i was submitting bug reports for recurring crashes and they proactively contacted me and i provided them debug info related to crashes that occur with dual monitor systems :D
     
  20. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    Nice support :)
     
  21. Steven Avery

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    Hi Folks,

    Here is an interesting warning my Zemana just gave me:

    Google Talk - googletalk.exe is trying to capture your screen
    ... ScreenLogger (Type 41) - I have the pic saved.

    I minimally use Google Talk, I have it open for one chat, that is all. A quick search did not find anything. Of course, it may have not been actual "Screenlogger" (some lesser behaviour that looks to Zemana as a s/l).

    Anybody have good thoughts, share away. Of course, I blocked it. No other similar warnings (eg.g. Malwarebytes).

    Steven
     
  22. cruelsister

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    I used to get screenlogger warnings from Zemana for some beta builds of the Seamonkey browser. After reporting it to them it was admitted as being a FP, soon resolved.
     
  23. Steven Avery

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    Email sent out to Zemana. :)
     
  24. locked_mountain

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    I know some programs capture the keyboard for keyboard shortcut functionality, but being that you said it's capturing your screen does seem fishy, unless there are drag and drop features for images in Googletalk much like Yahoo messenger's share window. It's scary either way, and even if you monitor googletalk's ports, it won't show you what it's sending unless you measured the packet sizes. It would be nice to know how to disabled all keyboard shortcut services in windows XP/and 7. I mean "completely" disable them globally, and not just though applications.

    I use Zemana also, but I'm starting to wonder if it's wise to trust a software company that doesn't post it's source code. I'm not a programmer ...so I wonder, how would anyone know what the software is doing/sending in the background if the source code is not available for programmers and end users in the community to scrutinize?
     
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